A few weeks ago my blissful solo drive to the grocery store was interrupted by a story on The Belly Button Challenge. Feeling incensed, I decided to further investigate. A National Post story from indicates that the challenge is not the first of its kind.
One of the most intriguing body parts, explained. But, there are so many extra questions: Why do some people have innies and why do others have outies? What are the differences between the two?
My boyfriend, Zane, found that out the hard way. As a three-mile-a-day runner with a hairy bod and a penchant for cold showers, he discovered his navel cavity had become the perfect home for a bacterial jamboree. This is his story.
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Samantha said her navel is only exposed when she raises her hand in class but admits that her bra strap shows if the sweater falls off her shoulder. What are we trying to teach our young students at their most vulnerable time? We NEED to do better than this.
First came the KylieJennerLipChallengewhen teens tried to sucking on a cup or glass to get bigger fuller lips. Next, the CharlieCharlieChallengewhen kids tried to summon demons. And now comes the BellyButtonChallenge.
A relative of mine a teen would like to get her belly button pierced for Christmas. Do you know of any places that do those piercings and for a reasonable price include price if possible? This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.
You don't have to be a beauty writer to know that there's a plastic surgery procedure for just about every inch of your bod shoutout to people getting candid about cosmetic procedures on social media — including your belly button. If you're interested — totally fine to want to a totally new navel — you may be wondering what exactly is belly button plastic surgery? Belly button procedures are formally dubbed "umbilicoplasty," a broadly used term to describe any altering of your belly button, explains Smith.